Top 5 Cooking Classes in Rome


Welcome to the art of cooking! Being a masterful cook in Rome will open many doors as everyone there enjoys a good home-cooked meal.  You will be able to cook for your guests at home, or present your masterful dishes to private dinners. You can also opt for in-home cooking sessions for a small fee.

No matter where you would like to showcase your skills – at a fancy dinner or a private fiesta with friends,  your cooking abilities will certainly be appreciated.

Rome features a variety of cooking class options for chef enthusiasts and those looking to improve their cooking skill set.

Ravioli and Meatball – Making Class, 3 hours

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One of the most memorable cooking classes in Rome takes place in a cozy apartment near the Vatican. There among master chefs, you will learn the art of ravioli-making. You will team your ravioli-creation experience with meatball creation skills through a hands-on cooking session.

Just wait until the meal is ready to consume it with aromatic Italian wine of your choice.

You will literally learn how to create ravioli from scratch. Class-takers can opt for a lunch or dinner spot schedule. After you get your ravioli with meatballs ready, team them up with prosecco, snacks and veggies of your choice and enjoy happy mingling times with your co-class takers.

Pricing starting at 50 Euro.

Via Garibaldi, 60, 00153 Roma RM, Italy

Authentic Pizza – Making Class

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In this course, you will learn how to make authentic Italian pizza with your choice of ingredients and sauces . After a short workshop, take the time to enjoy your creation. A master chef will lead you through the whole meal-preparation process.

The course takes place at various restaurant locations in the Eternal City.  The groups are small and vegetarian pizza preparation options are also available.

Before you begin, opt for the pizza sauce and style. The offerings include: fresh garlic and oregano for the creation of yummy marinara pizza; tomato, basil, and mozzarella to cook up a classical Margherita; and chilli and salami for non-traditional pizza types.

Pricing starting at 50 Euro.

Piazza di Pasquino, 1, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Gnocchi, Tiramisu and Ravioli Rooftop Class

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The class will introduce you to the magic of olive oils, and while sipping on a glass of prosecco you will learn how to prepare potato gnocchi and tiramisu, and then eat all as a part of a multi-course dinner. During this particular course, you can sample a variety of Italian extra virgin olive oils and choose the one that will best match your preferences.

The class takes place in a private area,  providing astounding rooftop views, where class-takers can inspire themselves with the amazing city vibes. In this chic location, you will get even more motivated to pursue you cooking dream.  With the help of a master chef, this course will certainly teach you the art of tiramisu, ravioli and authentic Roman-gnocchi making.

The gastronomic pleasure-seekers can enjoy  quality sight-seeing times after the course, as this this location is within a short walking distance o the Vatican

Food Tours Rome, Viale Giulio Cesare, 223, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
Mamma’s Pasta-Making Class

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This course provides the incredible chance to shop for fresh seasonal ingredients, alongside with the master chef before the class begins.  The class members will head out to the Nomentano Market for a shopping feast to pick up ingredients, including fresh veggies and vegetable sauces. This tour only takes place on Wednesdays.

On Sundays, the cooking class starts with the  a short tour to the Campagna Market near Circo Massimo,  where class-takers can enjoy the sun and the fresh air before they head out on a cooking spree.

The market tour and the lesson are both included in the ticket price, as well as the cooking tool and ingredients.  Also, the guided tours are part of the package.

More ”perks” included in the price include local wine, lunch with your home-made pasta, local tour guide, and an walking tour to one of the nearby open markets in the area.

Prices starting at 30 Euro.

Via Palestro, 51 Rome, Italy


Pizza and Gelato Making Class

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The Rome cooking experience starts with the Pizza and Gelato Class, lasting around 2.5 hours under the supervision of an established Italian chef.

First, you will start with the traditional pizza dough and convert it into a delicious pizza creation.  Spread some toppings on the pizza and  serve it hot to your friends. Among our favorite toppings are prosciutto, olives and artichoke.

You will finish with Italian gelato and some limoncello, all included in the course package. Or you can opt for a glass of wine or prosecco to finish your culinary journey.

The class size is limited to 12 foodies, which makes the class a personalized and intimate cooking experience.

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From pizza to pasta-making and the creation of yummy salads with fresh ingredients, the Italian cooking classes have so much to offer for culinary enthusiasts from all over the globe.

The Roman cuisine focuses on meals with deep-rooted traditions from the past and features authentic dishes that will cater to the most exquisite tastes of globe-trotters. One of the most appealing aspects of the Roman cuisine is its ability to appeal to a variety of people as it has universal flavors.

The Italian cuisine is rich in history and passion,  with traditions carried along the generations of the Italian culture. The Italian meals have many secrets waiting to be unraveled through delicious cooking class and a merry degustation of your own product creation soon after that.